reply to post by magnito_student
If you sit down and really think about it you may come to the same conclusion that I did. It is all part of the U.S. Military's plans to hide
information from the public. The best place to hide anything is "in plain sight". Let me explain. If you have a momentous secret that you do not
want anyone to know about, or if it is leaked you want everyone to disbelieve in it, you hide it in plain sight for all to see. Who is going to think
something is top secret if everyone can see it?
You enquired about "StarGate". It goes much further than that my friend.
These are only, at present, my views, my ideas, my theories. Make your own minds up whether you think there is any credence to them.
The film, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" is ,supposedly, an account of the "first official contact" between the people of Earth and an Alien
This first meeting,supposedly, took place on the evening of20th/21st February 1954 at Muroc Airfield, which is now known as Edwards Air Force Base.
For those of you that saw the film, do you remember all the dignitaries, politicians etc who were present? Keep them in mind. The film actually brings
together two incidences that are not in reality related. One is this first meeting and the second is "Project Serpo", which is an exchange project
between the U.S. and an Alien Race.
At the first meeting besides all the usual U.S Intelligence Personel and Military personel were the following;
President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Edwin Nourse, Gerald Light, Charles L. Suggs, Franklin Winthrop Allen and Cardinal James Francis MacIntyre, remember
the Bishop administering blessings to the U.S. Military personel in the red jump suits prior to them leaving with the Aliens?
The film "StarGate" came out at the cinemas and everyone just assumed that it was all science fiction. Let's suppose for the sake of my argument
that there is a huge element of truth to it. Would you believe it was true if you saw it at the cinema? No, of course you wouldn't.
I say that there was a "StarGate" and it was discovered in Egypt during the course of archeological expeditions. It was removed by the U.S. Military
and taken to Los Alamos Base. Why do you think that "Stargate" was set with an Egyptian background storyline?
The T.V. series, "StarGate SG1" is a continuation of all of this. The Americans do have a device that, in SG1 , is referred to as a Z.P.M. or Zero
Point Module. It produces clean, free, continuous energy and is being kept from the public for financial reasons. If it was made available the Power
and Energy Companies would lose Billions in Revenue.
The U.S. Military etc have hit upon the perfect scheme to keep their secrets safe, hide them in plain sight.